Congratulations to 22-Year old John Fuoco of Orlando, Florida with his exceptionally clean 2000 Bright White Dakota R/T. He has been voted's 1st monthly Ride of the Month. John acquired his white R/T in December of 2003. It was pretty much stock and he purchased with the intent that this would be his daily driver. Well since then it has been treated to a number of tastefully added modifications and it is still used for what he bought it for in the first place... his daily driver. John can be found tearing the streets up in Orlando Florida. John has never dyno'd or raced his truck in it's current state. His future plans are to swap in a 408ci. Power and looks are definitely what gathered the attention of voters on the website. This truck appears to be as clean as the day it was rolled off of the showroom floor. Listed below are the modifications that John has added since his purchase in 2003.

*EBC slotted rotors and Green Stuff SUV/Truck Pads up front
*Rear disc conversion with Baer slotted rotors
*Additional lowering with DJM suspension
*4.56 gears
*Mopar M-1 intake manifold
*Edelbrock ceramic coated headers
*Mopar Performance PCM
*Mopar Valve Covers powder coated hemi orange
*K&N open element air intake
*Borla muffler, now dumped before the axle
*MSD super conductor 8.5 plug wires
*52 mm tb bores
Exterior Mods:
*An AAR functional fiberglass cowl induction hood
*Street Scene Cal-vu Sport mirrors
*Sir Michael's steel roll pan.
*Urban Industries flush mount fiberglass tonneau cover
*Rhino Linings spray-on bedliner
*IPCW smoked LED third brake light
*Color matched tailgate handles, antenna mount, and the sport mirrors
*20" Boss Motorsports 307's
Interior, Audio, and Misc.
*Suede headliner
*Leather upholstered seats
*Alpine CDA-9857 headunit with iPod control
*JBL BP1200.1 amplifier
*2 Power Acoustik FUBR-10 subwoofers
*Rockford Fosgate components in the rear and Infinity components up front
*DEI Viper alarm. with a window mod, that allows you to roll the windows down by the remote and automatically rolls the windows up every time the alarm is set. And also an ellectric tailgate lock that locks whenever the doors lock.


So, as you can see John wasted no time in making his ride his own. He drives the truck everywhere, which is a testament of how well this package is put together. The plan is to get some sticky meats for the back so he can take that trip to Orlando Speedworld and finally see what the truck can do on the 1320.

Good luck to John and his future plans with this super sharp ride and hats off once again for September's Ride of the Month.

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